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As a progressive Christian, I believe there are many names for God and many ways to a loving God; this article reflects one of those ways. Take from here what works for you. Celebrate life with joy and peace! I like this quote from Groucho Marx, “Each morning when I open my eyes I say […]

Of legislation, death, justice and love

This week an editorial from The Indianapolis Star found its way first into my email box, then my Facebook feed, entitled It’s not complicated — pass LGBT rights. Well, maybe if you live in California, but not in Indiana. One of the main problems the Hoosier state legislators are having with their civil rights bills […]

Real estate investment: A checklist


Other folks do it and make a bundle. Why can’t I? Buying real estate for investment is tricky. There are no guarantees that it will be successful as real estate values are cyclical, and you may not be jumping in at the low point. Being successful in making good real estate choices is key, and […]

The real winners and losers in Iowa

Monday night, Iowans cast the first votes in the 2016 presidential election. Sen. Ted Cruz won a clear, if somewhat small, Republican victory. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton beat Sen. Bernie Sanders by a razor thin margin to take the Democratic win. The vote tally, however, has only a small role in determining a […]

Coen brothers recreate some unwelcome period detail


While I am a huge fan of the Coen brothers, I must acknowledge that they make some odd decisions that produce some ambiguous if not totally perplexing moments: The off-screen death of a major character in No Country for Old Men, the tornado that ends A Serious Man, the lack of any plot in Inside […]

Resiliency in the LGBT community


This past weekend, I attended the first annual Finding Freedom LGBTQ Symposium in Palm Springs, sponsored by Foundations Recovery Network. A wonderfully diverse group of professionals from across the country gathered together to explore best practices in addiction treatment for co-occurring disorders. We met and contributed our insights and observations to the unique issues facing […]

Valentines among the vines


Wine country is closer than you think! “Happy Valentine’s Day. You’re being kidnapped,” I said. “Where are you taking me?” he asked. “Lestat” looked good in tight jeans, flannel shirt and down vest. Beard trimmed short, neat. Cap cocked, all attitude. “Just get in the car,” I insisted, and he did. I had a surprise […]

Meet Jackson Evans: Host of The Realish Housewives of San Diego


The Realish Housewives of San Diego is a parody of the many versions of The Real Housewives that has inundated Bravo TV since 2005. The show is the brainchild of two Chicago Second City alums Kate James and Tim Sniffen. The San Diego version of the show is at the Balboa Theatre this week for […]

A cozy neighborhood bistro


“Casual contemporary,” he said. I had asked “Pierce” to describe the ambience of Café Bleu; the red walls, white stamped tin ceiling, blue-lit bar, the mix of dark wood tables and overstuffed sofas. A cozy neighborhood bistro in the heart of Mission Hills perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. “A little bohemian?” I suggested. […]

The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story


dvr this FX, Tuesdays, 10 p.m. Ryan Murphy’s second anthology series, after American Horry Story, is focused on one major crime story a year, and he has started with OJ Simpson being accused and tried for the murder of his ex-wife and her friend. Without even watching the non-stop coverage of the events when they […]

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